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*Abrasion-resistant, scratch-resistant, water-repellent fabric, no fear of rain, high-quality travel, three-dimensional shape, not loose, metal square buckle reinforcement, the hand bag is firmly locked to increase endurance.
*Slim hand-held, cylindrical design, prolonged service life, durable and firm, more elegant and beautiful than ordinary flat wrists, not bloated, distinguished reasonably, and no longer messy.
*Multi-layer design of internal structure, reasonable classification storage, orderly and simple life, soft top layer cowhide, carefully selected first layer cowhide, the leather surface has fine texture, soft and shiny texture, durable and durable.
*Flexible and good hand feel, no deformation when kneading, super fiber comfortable handle, smooth and firm, comfortable grip, releasing your hand pressure.
*The briefcase with compartments can keep your belongings in order. It can carry a 14-inch laptop, mobile phone, passport, wallet, and books. It is easy to access and easily find what you want.
Product Details: Name: Men's Briefcase Material: PU material Style: black/blue Size: 36x6x27cm/4.2x2.4x10.6in Applicable scene: business office Service Content: Due to different measurement tools and methods, there will be slight errors in the data size, please understand. All our products are taken in kind. Due to the difference between the light and the monitor when shooting, usually this is a small difference. We promise to deliver to you within the agreed time If you encounter any problems while using this product, you can contact us and we will solve it for you.
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